"I contracted John to sell my first home. Being my first home sale, I had a lot of questions and uncertainty about the process. John was very patient in the process and offered many tips on what I could do to drive more value out of my home." Mark Bullen, 2011
With hundreds of thousands of dollars at stake, you can’t afford to make even a small mistake selling your house or condo. Especially if you need to sell your house quickly!
You may know your community better than anyone else. But do you know who your target market is? What they're looking for in a home – this season? And how to reach them? These are some of the issues that my clients and I discuss as much as 1 year in advance of putting their home on the market
''The earlier the better' is the rule when it comes to contacting a real estate agent if you're thinking you might sell your house or condo. A bit of strategic advice, knowing what to do and when to do it, will help you sell your house for the most money, in the shortest time, and with the least stress. . Feel free to contact me in order to discuss the specifics of YOUR home and how you can sell it for more...faster!
Now you’ve made up your mind. You’re mentally ready to sell and working towards a deadline (and stressing about how to hide his ‘wiffy’ hockey bag). But what exactly needs to be done? And when?
There are 3 professionals that everyone should work with to effect a speedy, profitable sale.
Preparing to sell your house is all about creating the greatest visual impact for the least amount of money. That concept should govern your budget, your decorating choices and where you focus your time and energy. Find out about the 5 home staging tips that are most important when staging your house to sell.
While the outside of the home may only account for about 10% of its value, the front of the house is what creates the all-important first impression when you’re preparing to sell.
Regardless of your neighbourhood, maximizing your curb appeal will help you sell your house faster and for more money.
Something’s changed. You’ve decided it’s time to start a family, or maybe you’ve just welcomed your second child. Are you feeling cramped in your condo and really want a back yard for the dog? In these situations it just makes sense to sell your house to buy another.
But there are at least 2 other circumstances where it makes financial sense to hang on to your existing home instead. SO, before you spend a dime on staging, or put that sign on the lawn, know your options! Read the entire article if you’d like to learn about alternatives to selling, when you don’t want to sell your house or condo.
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John was highly recommended to me by a friend. Right from my first conversation with him I knew he was the right realtor for me. He patiently took time to...
-- Nicole N.